- DJ Maphorisa has clapped back after a fan questioned his achievements in the Amapiano music scene
- DJ Maphorisa shared that he has opened doors for many Amapiano artists
- DJ Maphorisa's fans agreed that he has done a lot for the genre since it became popular in Mzansi
DJ Maphorisa has clapped back at a troll who came for his achievements in the Amapiano music scene. In a now-deletd tweet, the "confused enemy" came for Phori's well-earned respect within the Amapiano cicle.
Madumane owns a successful independent record label that has signed and worked with a lot of Amapiano singers and producers. The musician took to Twitter recently to share his reaction to the tweep. The star expressed that he has inspired and opened doors through BlaqBoy Music for the genre's successful artists.
"You're such a confused enemy. Open your eyes wide. We started this sh*t and opened doors and inspired others to work hard. Lately we've been counting coins maybe that's why. By the way we're in the same team stupid, look out for new music dummy. Madumane ke (is) a star."
Madumane used to do Gqom music when it was popular before he jumped into the Amapiano bandwagon. Phori's fans agreed that he has opened doors for new musicians. Check out some of their comments below:
"They should never cap. You're a pioneer. Period!!!"
"I don't know what it is but I agree with you Phori..."
"Madumane ke star, tell them wena Phori."
The album features bangers such as Joni, Emakasana and Skelem. Mas Musiq, who is signed to Phori's stable, BlaqBoy Music, features artists such as Focalistic, Daliwonga, Kabza De Small and Phori in the 15-track album. Mas Musiq's first project titled Mambisa was one of the most played Amapiano albums in 2019.
Mas Musiq, whose real name is Thabo Ngubane, is back again to prove that he is not a one-hit wonder. Social media users shared that Joni was their favourite track in the newly released project. His fans believed that the track would be one of the most played Amapiano songs in Mzansi.
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Source: Briefly News